Adirondack Wild: Friends of the Forest Preserve is committed to advancing key affiliation, partnerships and long term collaboration for the safeguard, extension and education for the wild lands of the Adirondack and Catskill Parks, and beyond.
Would you or your organization like to partner for the Wild? We would look forward to discussing collaboration and resource sharing opportunities with you at any time. Please contact and of the partners of Adirondack Wild for more information on partnering opportunities.
Together, we have a great deal of experience in building relationships to safeguard wild lands. Adirondack Wild looks forward to building on and extending key partnerships, including but not limited to:
Adirondack Ecological Center (AEC) and Northern Forest Institute – SUNY ESF
Adirondack Mountain Club
Adirondack North Country Association
Adirondack Park Agency
Adirondack Research Consortium
Adirondack Wildlife Refuge & Rehabilitation Center
The Audubon Society
The Common Ground Coalition
Citizen Action Committees for the Environment – Parkwide in the Adirondacks
Empire State Forest Products Association
National Wildlife Federation
Natural Resources Defense Council
The Nature Conservancy, The Adirondack Chapter
NY State Department of Environmental Conservation
NY State Forest Preserve Advisory Committee Association of Adirondack Towns and Villages
NY State Forest Rangers and Environmental Conservation Officers
Open Space Institute
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Sierra Club, Hudson-Mohawk Group
Colleges & Universities:
Cornell University - Department of Natural Resources
Pace University - Environmental Law Programs
St. Lawrence University - Outdoor Studies and Adirondack Semester
SUNY ESF - Adirondack Ecological Center (AEC) and Northern Forest Institute
SUNY ESF - SUNY Plattsburgh Bob Marshall Society - Earth and Environmental Sciences Club
And many others – we thank you for our partnerships for the wilds! Adirondack Wild Invites Partner and Collaborative Projects to protect our Wild Legacy.
Please Contact our Partners to Explore Wild Partnerships:
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